All Things Salmon & More
October 13, 2017 – December 9, 2017
Partially funded by Coquille Indian Tribe
ALL THINGS SALMON: ART COMPETITION
MAGGIE KARL & PERKINS GALLERIES: October 13, 2017 – December 9, 2017
For sustenance, industry or sport, salmon have had a profound influence on people and cultures. The impact of this powerful migratory fish can be seen in art works from prehistoric stone carvings through contemporary glass. In this nationwide competition/exhibition we focus on the theme of salmon in contemporary art. This exhibition is funded in part by a grant from the Coquille Tribal Community Fund.
AWARDS ANNOUNCEMENT AND JUROR’S WALK THROUGH October 19, 2017: 5pm
Juror, Dr. Deana Dartt is former Curator of Native American Art at the Portland Art Museum and presently a Scholar-in-Residence at the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, NM.
WORKS FROM THE RENTAL SALES GALLERY
VAUGHAN GALLERY: October 13, 2017 – December 9, 2017
Learn more about this important aspect of the Museum. Works representing a variety of styles and media are available for immediate purchase.
WATERCOLORS: PHOTOGRAPHY BY DOLORES LUSITANA
MABEL HANSEN GALLERY: October 13, 2017 – December 9, 2017
Dolores is a Venice, California Photographer who uses nature and water to create beautiful photographic abstracts.
HEADS UP! THE SATIRICAL ART OF STAN FULLERTON
UNO E. RICHTER ATRIUM GALLERY: October 13, 2017 – December 9, 2017
Satire has a long history in the arts and was central to the counterculture movements of the late 1950s and 1960s. Fullerton, a student of George Grosz with several New York exhibitions to his credit, was an active member of the arts/literary “scene” of San Francisco. Considered a satirical master until he dropped out of the counterculture “scene”, he left the art world but continued to make art. Fullerton is a resident of Coos Bay.